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Seriously, menstrual blood on the toilet, on the floor, on the bathmat, all over the bathtub, on the shower curtain.
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My siblings are weirdly critical and cynical about my menstrual cup journey, despite being raised by a hippie, somehow, and have made me feel ashamed and outcasted for my new change and me trying to tell them about how cool it is.
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menstrual (adjective)

  • Of or relating to the menses.
  • Occurring once a month; monthly.
  • Lasting for a month.
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Menstrual

  • The way a woman feels when its that time of the month. The only things which can help to lift her mood are lots of sympa...
  • The way a woman feels when its that time of the month. The only things which can help to lift her mood are lots of sympathy, copious amounts of chocolate and lots of cups of tea brought to her by her man.
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TL:DR; I am a menstrual cup user and I think everyone should be given the option.
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...except for the fact that most studies have shown that menstrual cups have little to no effect on educational attainment.
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For me, distributing menstrual cups in developing nations demonstrates just how little well-meaning, yet privileged, organizations and individuals understand the challenges faced by many women in developing nations.
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For those of us who have used menstrual cups, they are in fact very convenient - assuming one has regular access to hot, sanitary water and other sanitation supplies.
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There's also the consideration that in some nations, menstrual cups (which have to be inserted into the vagina) are not going to work in places where cultural and religious traditions dictate that a woman cannot insert anything into her vagina without losing her virginity.
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While I believe these myths should be challenged and that women should have the right to understand and embrace their bodies without shame and judgment, I also realize that it's also an indication of my privilege to tell a woman to reject her cultural beliefs in order to conform to a specific menstrual management plan.
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Our executive director has worked on the ground in Kenya, and when developing EWP talked to leaders of girls' schools and organizations who had horror stories about girls sharing menstrual cups and subsequently developing infections (sharing menstrual cups in countries with HIV/AIDS epidemics is another terrifying possibility.)
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Another popular "Western" menstrual solution for the developing world, washable sanitary pads, are also undesired by many in the developing world because they require the same sanitation supplies (clean hot water, soap, privacy) that are required when using the menstrual cup.
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I'm not saying that menstrual cups are bad for everyone in the developing world.
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Wear a diaphragm or a menstrual dam.
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The menstrual cycle in particular being associated with the 28-day moon cycle.
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..I thought that was a joke, I didn't know there is a menstrual cup with a kickstand, haha.
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Has the menstrual cup relieved any of your cramping?
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The best thing to happen to my menstrual cycle is getting a Mirena...I get very light spotting once a month, and that's it.
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It's a menstrual cup.
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A menstrual cup is also worn a lot "lower" than a tampon.
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Two main reasons: women don't like touching menstrual blood and they're confusing to use at first.
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I wish there were more awareness about menstrual cups, and greater availability of different brands/sizes.
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"For me, distributing menstrual cups in developing nations demonstrates just how little well-meaning, yet privileged, organizations and individuals understand the challenges faced by women in developing nations."
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In most women, it's more of a donut shape or crescent of bumps and flaps, it doesn't fully cover anything (it's not usually a "barrier" for if so, vaginal fluids like menstrual blood would not be able to exit).
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so...have you killed your wife for not going to the menstrual hut yet?
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however, tampons are laced with chemicals and the menstrual cups are medical grade silicone with no chemicals.
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Silicone menstrual cup - never buy tampons again.
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Which is a different argument, possibly valid (I don't know), but menstrual products aren't a special case.
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It came back in the same cycle other menstrual symptoms which makes me think there was a link.
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There's no evidence that suggests menstrual cups are any more dangerous than tampons for IUDs.
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For more long-term stuff, there's a lot more to think about - differences in sex drive, timing based on the menstrual cycle, long-term birth control (look up the contraceptive implant, my girlfriend essentially regards it as The Best Thing), exclusivity and so on - but for now, be gentle and have fun ;)
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Apart from being reusable and durable, the menstrual cup is also a very good alternative for people who are allergic to pads and tampons.
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The menstrual cycle is a completely normal bodily function that with a little extra planning you can have mostly normal sex.
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You've found a keeper.....give him time and he'll be composing sonnets to your menstrual cramps.
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I use an IUD and a menstrual cup.
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I use a menstrual cup because I'm quite active and pads and tampons simply aren't acceptable for me.
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We've been pretty up front about stuff, and now we have a 12 year old daughter who, very calmly and with no embarrassment, talked to her male pediatrician about her menstrual cycle.
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I wish I'd thought of the menstrual blood idea earlier but it's too late for me now that I'm post-menopausal (and practically dead) at 25.
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I mean, if a man has menstrual health at all, let alone bad menstrual health, it's some kind of a problem, and I'm using way too many fucking commas.
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Would you drink water from a well in which dead dogs, menstrual clothes and excrement of people are thrown?
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Not in my experience, a day or two of hormone fluctuation (whether from menstrual cycle or hormonal BC) can be pretty dramatic.
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But the menstrual cycle varies, depending on nutrition, exercise, illness, stress.
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The bonuses (besides not becoming pregnant) include a very regular menstrual cycle and, for me, less frequent and less severe bouts of cramps, and an improved complexion.
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So companions used to throw dead dogs or menstrual clothes into the well?
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Some use pads and some use a menstrual cup.
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Just saying, I can smell dick, dirty hair/dandruff, menstrual blood if present, etc.
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Its rare, but most women with an expelled IUD weren't using menstrual cups.
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How does Mirena affect your emotions during the menstrual cycle?
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I guess I'm too scared to try it because during the first 24 hours of my menstrual cycle I am bed-ridden and writhing in pain.
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Did you have a menstrual cycle for a certain amount of time after the IUD was put in?
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